ASUS ROG finally enters the AIO liquid cooling market with the announcement of their ROG Ryujin and Ryuo AIO liquid coolers.
The ROG Ryujin, apart from having a 360 and 240mm radiator variants, is the world’s first AIO liquid cooler to feature a 1.77-inch LiveDash color OLED display. The display shows real-time system stats and even personalized images and GIFs, because memes on an AIO liquid cooler is the new thing. The Ryujin also features a micro fan to provide added cooling to VRMs and M.2 SSDs near the CPU. Of course, the AIO cooler also has Aura RGB for added flair and aesthetics.
The ROG Ryou, on the other hand, is a smaller AIO having 240 and 120mm radiator configurations. Like it’s Ryujin sibling, the Ryou also features a 1.77-inch LiveDash color OLED display and Aura Sync. Sadly, we lost the micro fans for VRMs and M.2 SSDs.
Pricing and availability for the ROG Ryujin and Ryou are yet to be announced.
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